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8 Actions to Reduce Dementia Risk – Family Caregiver Quick Tip

December 28, 2017

There are many ways that loved ones can ensure that their family members are screened regularly for any early dementia risks. For instance, getting routine screenings of blood pressure in order to detect hypertension or hypotension can help by allowing you to find ways to lower it so that it does not contribute to any future risks in heightening their odds of getting a dementia diagnosis. Continuous checkups and screenings will aid you in detecting dementia early, as well as taking preventative steps to reduce any symptoms or risks.

Key Takeaways:

  • Poor physical and mental health throughout life can affect the probability of dementia later in life
  • To lessen the risk, do all that you can do to stay healthy both mentally and physically
  • Lastly, engage with other socially and make an effort to learn new things, which will also lessen the risk of dementia

“the good news is that there is a great deal of research hoping to provide viable treatment, a cure, and even prevention!”

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Tyler Williams

As an Area Owner and Operator of a Home Matters Caregiving franchise, I am committed to ensuring exceptional outcomes for our valued clients and caregivers. My passion for elevating our service quality is matched by my role as a blogger and social media manager for the franchise, where I share insights, updates, and foster community engagement. Prior to senior care, I used my strategic communication and brand development skills as the Marketing Director of a regional bank. My diverse experience supports my commitment to excellence and innovation in both healthcare and digital communication.
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